[remote or in person] Committee on Education and Child Development

Chicago City Council
Education

121 N La Salle St, Chicago, Illinois 60602 Chicago, IL 60602 (Directions)

Chicago City Hall, 2nd floor, Council Chambers

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Reporting

Edited and summarized by the Chicago - IL Documenters Team

Note-taking by Monique Petty-Ashmeade

Chicago Public Schools are working to find a place for new students as the city continues to receive a steady influx of migrant families.

Live reporting by Jennifer Guerrero

Chicago Public Schools are working to find a place for new students as the city continues to receive a steady influx of migrant families.

Jennifer Guerrero @Jennife92877737
Hi! I’ll be live tweeting for Committee on Education and Child Development #CHIdocumenters @CHIdocumenters, starting at 5:30pm. Meeting began on schedule.

05:52 PM Sep 6, 2023 CDT

Jennifer Guerrero @Jennife92877737 2/3
The meeting began with public comments. The first public commenter is a former CPS student and South Shore resident who has a rare neuromuscular disease. Because they are at an increase risk of hospitalization and especially vulnerable to COVID, they request that CPS find ways to
Jennifer Guerrero @Jennife92877737 3/3
…mitigate COVID as students come back to school.

Attachments

By Grace Del Vecchio 9/6/2023

Agency Information

Chicago City Council

The Chicago City Council is the legislative branch of the government of the City of Chicago and consists of the Mayor and Aldermen elected from each of the City’s fifty wards. Source

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